Wycinanki:
Bibliography

by

Madalyn Joyce

BOOKS

Hopf, Claudia, SCHERENSCENITTE, John Baer's Sons, C. 1971, Lancaster, Pa., (p. 6).

Fiarotta, Phyllis and Noel, THE YOU AND ME HERITAGE TREE, C. 1976, Workman Publishing Co., Inc. (Juv.).

Harrower, Dorothy, DECOUPAGE, (reprint article from Art Horizon Magazine, 1930).

Laliberte and Mogelon, THE ART OF STENCIL, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., C. 1971 (pps. 12 and 13).

Laliberte and Mogelon, SILHOUETTES, SHADOWS, AND CUTOUTS, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co.

Purdy, FESTIVALS TO CELEBRATE, (Juv.).

Stoddart, Brigitte, PAPERCUTTING, Taplinger Publishing Co., C. 1971, (pps. 12, 13, 36, 46, 47, 48, 72).

ARTICLES

Family Creative Workshop (Time-Life Series), Vol. 23, C. 1976.

Hadassan Magazine, May 1977, (cover plus).

Ladies Circle Home Crafts, No. 10, 1976, (cover, page 26 plus).

Modern Maturity, August-September 1975, (page 54 plus).

Yankee Magazine, December 1975, "Sew a Christmas," (inside back cover plus).

Four King Feature items "Leisure Craftsman", by Phyllis Fiarotta, West Orange, New Jersey.

OTHER SOURCES

There is a privately printed WYCINAKKI, POLISH FOLD PAPER-CUTS, c. 1972, based on the book by Josef Grabowski, WYCINANKA LUDOWA, c. 1955, Warszawa, Sztuka, in the Polish language, with regional designs but no instructions.

Ausubel, Nathan, PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE, Crown Publishers, Inc., c. 1966 (p. 346).

Carrick, Alice Van Leer, SHADES OF OUR ANCESTORS, Little Brown, and Co., c. 1928.

Hawley, W. M., CHINESE FOLK DESIGN, Dover Publication, c. 1949 (PB).

Meyer, Franz Sales, HANDBOOK OF ORNAMENT, Dover Publication, c. 1957 (PB).

Johnson, Pauline, CREATING WITH PAPER, University of Washington Press, c. 1958.

Antiques Magazine, May 1950 Folk Art Issue, (p. 349 plus).

Clipper Magazine, (Pan-American Airline giveaway),(page 28 plus), by Gay Nagle

Design Magazine, Spring 1969, Silhouettes and scissors cutting, (p. 27 plus). by Lini R. Grol.

National Geographic Magazine, "Springtime of Hope in Poland," Peter T. White, April 1966, (p. 466 plus).

Januszkiewicy, Franciszek, Education in Poland, C. 1973, Warsaw.

Pilarski, Laura, "They Came From Poland", C. 1969.

Also consulted were biographies of Lola Montez, Chopin, Copernicus, George Sand and Princess Sapphia.

In addition, articles, magazines, and brochures put out by Lot Airways, Pol-Am News, the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, the National Observer, and the Quarter1y Review of the American Council of Polish Cultural Clubs, were consulted. Polish cookbooks, postcards of costumes by Irena Czarnecka, and views of Poland of Polish regional costumes displayed in the Polish Museum of America in Chicago were also the source of ideas.

SILK SCREEN BOOKS

Bairey, Earl H., FUNDAMENTALS OF SILK SCREEN PROCESS, Frederick Drake Co., Chicago, C. 1962.

Clemence, Will, THE BEGINNER'S BOOK OF SCREEN PROCESS PRINTING, Pitman Pub. Co., C. 1959.

Illustrated Library of Arts and Crafts, Fuller and Dees, Times-Mirror, Volume 1, C. 1974.

Kinsey, Anthony, INTRODUCING SCREEN PRINTING, Watson Guptill Pub., C. 1967. Steffen, Bernard, SILK SCREEN, Grosset and Dunlap, Inc., New York, C. 1963.

Material on Jewish papercutting was obtained from the sixteen volume Judeica Encyclopedia, as well as from Comins and Leaf, Arts/Crafts for the Jewish Club, Union of Hebrew Congregation, C. 1934.

LIBRARIES CONSULTED

Massachusetts: Abbot Public Library, Marblehead
Boston Public Library, Boston
Melrose Public Library, Melrose
Lincoln Public Library, Linco1n
Lynn Public Library, Lynn
Saugus Public Library, Saugus
East Branch Library, Salem
West Lynn Branch, Lynn
Rosindale Branch Library, Rosindale
Maine: Camden Public Library, Camden

WYCINANKI MATERIALS

In addition to the scrap papers which may come your way from colored evelopes, record dust covers, colored paper bags from department stores, and commerical flyers, the following are outlets for materials useful in making WYCINANKI: Dennison Manufacturing Co,
Framingham, Ma. 01701

Hammett, J.L. Co.
48 Canal St., Boston, Ma.

Harvard Co-op
Harvard Sq., Cambridge, Ma.

Hatfield Color Shop
857 Boylston St., Boston, Ma.

Lambert Co., Inc.
920 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Ma.

Yankee Doodler
Atlantic Ave., Marblehead, Ma. 01945

Gordon's Stationery
111 Washington St., Marblehead, Ma. 01945

Frame makers
67 High St., Danvers, Mass.

Wades Framing
66 Washington St., Marblehead, Ma.

Polish imports are available through:

Cepelia Corporation
236 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 10010

Rynek
158 Newbury St., Boston, Ma.

Polish Museum of America Gift Shop
984 Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, Il. 60602

Lectro-stik is available from Lamnbert Co., Inc., which also offers a free catalogue of other items.

MUSEUMS WHICH HAVE EXHIBITED WYCINANKI

Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago

Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee

Polish Museum of America, Chicago

Cooper Union, New York

Note: I have listed books, magazines, and articles by author first, as they are usually listed in this way. If your library does not have these materials, use the information to request an inter-library loan. Some large libraries will photocopy articles for you for a small fee, if you provide adequate information. Older books may be out of print, but may be obtainable through old bookstores or search services.

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